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Mental health resources

Mental Health Awareness Week takes place from Monday 13 May to Sunday 19 May 2024

We have a range of resources to help you learn more about mental health, and support children, young people and their families.

Listen to our podcast episodes

Supporting children's mental health in schools

The Head of Safeguarding at Place2Be and one of our Childline managers talk about the different types of mental health problems a child may be facing, how to manage safeguarding concerns and the Childline mental health continuum used by our counsellors. 

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Researching mental health support for adolescents who have experienced sexual abuse

In this episode, researchers from the University of Bedfordshire share findings from their trauma-informed study which listened to young people's experiences of how sexual abuse impacted their mental health.

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Safeguarding mental health and wellbeing in schools elearning course

Learn when mental health issues become safeguarding concerns, how to recognise this and support the children and young people you work with. Cost: £30

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Support services

Building Connections

This online service empowers young people up to the age of 19 to find a way through loneliness. Young people work through the 11-week programme with a trained befriender who guides and supports them every step of the way.

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Woman in early stages of pregnancy attending check-up.

Pregnancy in Mind

An NSPCC service to support parents who are at risk of or experiencing mild to moderate anxiety and depression during pregnancy.

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